Fuzzy reliability assessment of multi-period land-cover change maps
A fuzzy methodology is presented for evaluating the reliability of satellite imagery-derived, continent-wide (Australia) land-cover deforestation/regrowth maps covering the period of 1972 to 2000 in ten discrete time periods. The methodology uses aerial photographs as its reference data and accommodates the difficulty inherent in determining definitively from an aerial photograph, whether a sample point is Forest or Non-forest by permitting interpreters to identify their level of certainty,...[Show more]
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